Luxury Antarctica Expeditions

These expedition vessels merge impressive facilities with chic fixtures so you can discover this incomparable landscape in comfort. Many also have huge windows so you can admire the Antarctica’s beautiful landscapes without leaving your cabin.

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Vessels that sail into the Antarctic tend to be small - your average ship will carry between 50 – 200 people – which makes your expedition even more memorable. You’ll be able to explore the Antarctic in smaller groups and earn from the vessel’s onboard specialist. Many vessels will also allow passengers onto the bridge to watch the ship navigate through the ice or try and spot wildlife.

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Ultramarine

Ultramarine

Antarctica

Boasting modern technologies that make it one of the most environmentally sustainable vessels in the region, Ultramarine offers passengers an exhilarating polar adventure that respects beautiful landscapes and wildlife of these mesmerising destinations.

Ocean Explorer

Ocean Explorer

Antarctica

Enrich a once-in-a-lifetime expedition with a trip on the Ocean Explorer, purpose built for polar adventures, with heightened levels of luxury, some of the world’s finest expedition guides, and leading-edge technology for both comfort and sustainability.

White Desert Echo Camp

White Desert Echo Camp

Antarctica

Sleeping just 12 guests in six futuristic sky pods, Echo Camp blends an ultra-luxury experience with once in a lifetime adventure in Antarctica, the world’s last frontier.

M/V Magellan Explorer

M/V Magellan Explorer

Antarctica

An exciting and beautiful new addition to Antarctica21's fly-cruise operation, the M/V Magellan Explorer means that guests can fly over the infamous Drake Passage, cutting four days at sea to now sail the Antarctic peninsula in ultimate comfort and style.

White Desert Whichaway Camp

White Desert Whichaway Camp

Antarctica

White Desert Whichaway Camp is a camp like no other, situated within the interior of Antarctica, one of the last great wildernesses on earth. After a five-hour flight across the Southern Ocean, you will be transported to another world.

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Douglas Mawson

Douglas Mawson

Antarctica

Featuring state-of-the-art equipment and safety features, the Douglas Mawson offers luxury small ship expedition cruising to Antarctica, with enrichment programmes and adventure activities led by an experienced Expedition Team, along with a sociable vibe

Greg Mortimer Antarctica

Greg Mortimer Antarctica

Antarctica

Built to world-class polar standards, the Greg Mortimer is an exciting new addition to our Antarctica portfolio, boasting excellent safety features, innovative tech, flexible itineraries including fly-sail options and a range of activities.

MS Fram

MS Fram

Antarctica

Built for polar adventure, the MS Fram brings nature closer than ever thanks to her advanced technology, safety and nautical manoeuvrability, while her compact size, furnished with upscale comforts and facilities, nurtures an intimate and relaxed vibe.

MS Fridtjof Nansen

MS Fridtjof Nansen

Antarctica

Leading the way in environmentally friendly expedition cruising, the hybrid powered MS Fridtjof Nansen is a chance to discover some of the planet’s most incredible landscapes with a handpicked Expedition Team, with no compromise on luxury and style.

MS Roald Amundsen

MS Roald Amundsen

Antarctica

At the forefront of sustainability, MS Roald Amundsen offers upscale expedition cruising, fully inclusive of offshore and land excursions, informative talks, and Science Centre research, along with superb dining, gym and wellness facilities.

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